Accidental Death of an Accordionist

The legendary comedy ceilidh murder mystery theatre show! Enjoy a wild evening at ‘Glengirnie Hall’: live music, song, dancing – and murder! ‘ … red-blooded, rollicking farce … simply explodes with raw theatrical energy’ (Joyce McMillan, <i>Scotsman</i>).

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Play description

A comedy drama, set in the fictitious Highland village of Glengirnie at its grand fund – raising ceilidh. This interactive, murder mystery comedy, where the audience is involved in the action, promises to be a truly memorable experience. Folk are invited to take their partners for the first dance and join in the craic. Master of Ceremonies for the evening John Angus will no doubt have loosened up his vocal chords with a couple of drams, Aly the accordionist and his Tour-A-Rural Ceilidh Band have promised not to be late, the bar will be well stocked and Jean from the tourist office says she’s even sold a ticket to the Laird. But behind the scenes, there’s trouble brewin’ because just below the surface of this Highland idyll lurks deceit, jealousy and bloody revenge!


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